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The gesture seemed like a nice feel-good story heading into Super Bowl week.
Veteran Chiefs fullback Anthony Sherman was donating his beloved pickup truck as the prize in a drawing to benefit victims of human trafficking.
There was a tweet: ”You know what I love more than my truck? My Freedom! Join me in fighting for those who don’t have it!”
f you’re a baseball fan, chances are you’ve heard of Adam LaRoche. Before the end of his 12-season career in Major League Baseball (MLB), Adam went on a human trafficking sting operation with a non-profit to fight sex trafficking.
Adam LaRoche played 12 seasons in the majors with the Braves, Pirates, Red Sox, Diamondbacks, Nationals and White Sox. He was selected in the 29th round of the 2000 MLB Draft by the Braves, and four years later made his MLB debut on April 7, 2004, against the Mets.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Lee Gibson said his current job sounds like the beginning of a bad joke: a police officer, a baseball player, and a blind woman walk into a store together. But the trio’s purpose is a lot more serious than Gibson ever imagined.
When Adam LaRoche, Golden Glove Winner and Standout for the Chicago WhiteSox decided to retire from professional baseball, his decision seemed like one of the most unexpected moves in sports. But for those who know him, this move aligned perfectly with the integrity of his character.